Eaton VFX Product Family Installation and Operation Manual

Eaton VFX Product Family Installation and Operation Manual
Eaton VFX Product Family Installation and Operation Manual
VFX Product Line
VFX Product Family
General Information
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Read and follow all installation instructions.
Please contact Eaton immediately if you have any questions.
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Note: This manual was written with great care and precision. However,
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absolute accuracy of its contents.
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Table of Contents
Section
Description
Page No.
1.0INTRODUCTION
2.0
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
2.1VFX40m
2.2VFX70m
3.0
KEY FEATURES
4.0
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
5.0APPLICATION
6.0
HARDWARE DESCRIPTION
7.0
SOFTWARE DESCRIPTION
8.0
PRO-FX CONTROL
8.1
Install USB/Ethernet driver On PC
8.2
Install Pro-FX Control
8.3
Install The Pro-FX Control Gateway File For VFX
8.4
Install The VFX target definitions
9.0
GETTING STARTED
9.1
Create Your First Project
9.2
Connect And Program Your Display
10.0
SOFTWARE UPDATE WITH USB DRIVE (FIRMWARE, APPLICATION, LOGO)
10.1
Update Process
10.2
Create Application File
10.3
Failsafe Kernel
11.0
FUNCTIONALITY AND BASIC OPERATION
11.1
Sleep Mode
11.2
Task Configuration
11.3
Watchdog Operation
11.4
Display Memory
11.5
ROM Flash
11.6
DDR2 128 Mbytes
11.7
Remanent Variables
11.8
File System Operation
12.0
INSTALLING THE DISPLAY
12.1
Product Dimensions
12.2
Recommended Wiring Practices
13.0
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION INFORMATION
13.1
Wiring Pin Out VFX40m
13.2
Wiring Pin Out VFX70m
14.0CONFIGURATION
14.1
System Confiruration
14.2
Input Modes
14.3
Analog Configuration
14.4
Sample Rate And Count
14.5
Frequency Configuration
14.6
CAN & SAE J1939
15.0
APPENDIX
15.1
Supported & Unsupported CODESYS Features
16.0
DEVICE COMMUNICATION TROUBLESHOOTING
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VFX Product Family
Key Acronyms and Abbreviations
1.0INTRODUCTION
The Eaton VFX product family is a series of
advanced, CAN-based displays for use with
mobile and industrial equipment. These displays
are offered in both 4.3” and 7” sizes, represented
by the VFX40m and VFX70m, respectively.
These displays enable functional viewing of many
different facets of information using a standardized
IEC 61131-3 programming environment. It is
recommended that an individual have experience
with control engineering and programming using
the CODESYS 3.5 software package prior to use of
these displays.
CODESYS
Controller Development System
FWFirmware
HWHardware
IDE
Integrated Development Environment
IP
Intellectual Property
POU
Program Organization Unit
RTS
Run Time System
SWSoftware
These units are intended for operation in the most
adverse environments encountered and are designed
for direct mounting. The displays feature I/O with a
variable configuration architecture that is simple to
manage. The displays also employ several advanced
technologies designed to enhance ease of use
and functionality. They are intended as displays for
mobile and industrial applications, as well as being
the centerpiece to a complete control solution,
including other CAN-based devices.
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2.0
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
VFX40m
Power Supply
Supply Voltage 6-32 VDC
Peak Supply Voltage
432 VDC
Max Power Consumption
10 W
Max Sleep Current
400 mA
Ignition Pin (K15) Ignition pin, used to manage sleep mode in conjunction with application logic
Physical and Environmental
Dimensions
7.69 x 4 x 2.34 in
Weight
1.75 lbs
Case Material ABS/Polycarbonate blend cases
Storage Temperature Range
-40°C to +85°C (-40°F - 185°F)
Operating Temperature Range
-40°C to +85°C (-40°F - 185°F)
HeaterNo
IP Rating - Front
IP66, IP67
IP Rating - Back
IP66, IP67
CPU
CPU Type Freescale i.MX357
Frequency
532 MHz
Bit Width 32 Bit
FPU
Vector floating point unit (VFP11)
Operating System
Linux
Memory
RAM
128 MB DDR2
Data Memory (RAM retain)
1 MB
Flash (ROM program & data combined)
256 MB
Standards
Temperature Environment
-40c to +85C (-40°F - 185°F)
Environmental
IP66 & IP67
Vibration
7.86 G RMS (5-2000 Hz) SAE J1455 Section 4.9.4.1
Shock
50g - SAE J1455 Section 4.10.4
Radiated Immunity
J1113-21 (150 V/m), J1113-26 (15 kV/m), EN61000-4-3 (10 V/m)
Radiated Emission
SAE J1113-41 (Class 4), EN50121-3-2, EN60945, EN61000-6-3
Conducted Immunity
J1113-2 (3.0 Vp-p), J1113-4 (200 mA), J1113-11 (Level 4), J1113-12 (Level 4), EN61000-4-4, EN61000-4-5,
EN60945 Sec 10.3 (3 V/10 V RMS), EN50121-3-2 (10 V RMS)
Certifications
CE mark
Graphical Interface
Display Type
Bonded, color transmissive TFT LCD
LCD Size
4.3”
Resolution
480 x 272, WQVGA
Color Format Supported
16-bit color
Aspect Ratio
16:9
OrientationLandscape
Display Backlight
LED, 500-650 cd/m2 (30,000 hr lifetime)
Sunlight Viewability
Direct sunlight
Touch Interface (Optional Feature)
Touch Screen Technology (VFX70m only)
Projected capacitive
Video Interface (Optional Feature)
Video Type 2 NTSC/PAL
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Boot Up
Boot-up Screen
Customizable
Boot (first powered-on)
TYP. ~ 9 sec. to logo, 17 sec. to first screen
Wake (ignition switched)
TYP. ~1 sec.
CAN Interface 1
CAN Specification
2.0 A, 2.0 B
Baud Rates
Configurable 125 KBPS, 250 KBPS, 500 KBPS or 1 MBPS
Protocols
J1939 and CANOpen Master
CAN Interface 2
CAN Specification
2.0 A, 2.0 B
Baud Rates
Configurable 125 KBPS, 250 KBPS, 500 KBPS or 1 MBPS
Protocols
J1939 and CANOpen Master
USB Interface
USB Specification
USB 2.0
Baud Rates
Supports USB full speed not high speed. Effective throughput will be about 6 megabits per second
Note
USB interface is not protected against battery level faults
Real-time Clock
Estimated Battery Life
Minimum 300 day time/date retention between charges
Rechargeable
Yes, Li-ion (non-replaceable)
Keypads
Number of Buttons
8
Button Style
Tactile feedback
Button Backlight
Yes
Input
Resolution
10 bits (0-1023)
Accuracy
+/- 1% FS
Measuring Ranges
Digital, 0-5 V, 4-20 mA, Resistive
Scan Rate
10 Hz (100 ms)
Digital Input
Type
High Side In
Input Impedance
100kohm
Switch-on Level
Configurable
Switch-off Level
Configurable
Voltage Input
Input Impedance
10 kohm
Current Input (0-24 mA)
Input Impedance
200 ohm
Resistive (0-5 V)
Pull-up Resistance
400 ohm
Digital Output – 500 mA
Type
Low Side
Amperage
500 mA Max
Diagnostics
Open/Short circuit protection
Mating Connector – 4 x 6 pin
ManufacturerDeutsch
ModelDT06-6S
Contact Surface
Nickel plated
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VFX70m
Physical & Environmental
Dimensions 10.27 x 5.67 x 2.512 in
Weight 2.25 lbs
Case Material
Polycarbonate back case
Storage Temperature Range
-40°C to +85°C (-40°F - 185°F)
Operating Temperature Range
-40°C to +85°C (-40°F - 185°F)
HeaterStandard
IP Rating - Front
IP66, IP67
IP Rating - Back
IP66, IP67
Power Supply
Supply Voltage
6-36
Peak Supply Voltage
36 VDC
Max Power Consumption
10 W
Max Power Consumption with Heater Option
22 W
Max Sleep Current
400 mA
Ignition Pin (K15)
Ignition pin, used to manage sleep mode in conjuction with application logic
CPU
CPU Type
Freescale i.MX357
Frequency
532 MHz
Bit Width
32 bits
FPU
Vector floating point unit (VFP11)
Operating System
Linux
Memory
RAM
128 MB DDR2
Data Memory (RAM retain)
1 MB
Flash (ROM program & data combined)
2 GB
Standards
Temperature Environment
-40°C - +85°C (-40°F - 185°F)
Environmental
IP66 & IP67
Vibration
7.86 G RMS (5-2000 Hz) SAE J1455 Section 4.9.4.1
Shock
50g - SAE J1455 Section 4.10.4
Radiated Immunity
J1113-21 (150 V/m), J1113-26 (15 kV/m), EN61000-4-3 (10 V/m)
Radiated Emission
SAE J1113-41 (Class 4), CISPR 11 Class B/EN60945 Hybrid
Conducted Immunity
J1113-2 (3.0 Vp-p), J1113-4 (200 mA), J1113-11 (Level 4), J1113-12 (Level 4), EN61000-4-4, EN61000-4-5,
EN60945 Sec 10.3 (3 V/10 V RMS)
Certifications
CE mark
Graphical Interface
Display Type
Bonded, color transmissive TFT LCD
LCD Size
7”
Resolution
800 x 480, WQVGA
Color Format Supported
16-bit color
Aspect Ratio
16:9
OrientationLandscape
Display Back Light
LED >1000 cd/m2 (50,000 hr lifetime)
Sunlight Viewability
Direct sunlight
Touch Interface (Optional Feature)
Touch Screen Technology
Projected capacitive
Video Interface (Optional Feature)
Video Type 3 NTSC/PAL
Boot Up
Boot-up Screen
Customizable
Boot (first powered-on)
TYP. ~ 9 sec. to logo, 17 sec. to first screen
Wake (ignition switched)
TYP. ~1 sec.
CAN Interface 1
CAN Specification
2.0 A, 2.0 B
Baud Rates
Configurable 125 KBPS, 250 KBPS, 500 KBPS or 1 MBPS
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Protocols
J1939 and CANOpen Master
CAN Interface 2
CAN Specification
2.0 A, 2.0 B
Baud Rates
Configurable 125 KBPS, 250 KBPS, 500 KBPS or 1 MBPS
Protocols
J1939 and CANOpen Master
USB Interface
USB Specification
USB 2.0
Baud Rates
Supports USB full speed not high speed. Effective throughput will be about 6 megabits per second
Note
USB interface is not protected against battery level faults
Real Time Clock
Estimated Battery Life
Minimum 9.5yr (display never powered)
Rechargeable
No, Lithium (non-replaceable)
Keypads
Number of Buttons
14
Button Style
Tactile feedback
Button Backlight
Yes
Digital Inputs x5
Type
High Side in
Input Impedance
10 kohm
Scan Rate
10 Hz (100 ms)
Switch-on Level
4.01 V ( 80% Supply Voltage )
Switch-off Level
1.04 V ( 20% Supply Voltage )
Short Circuit Protection
28V or Ground
Analog Inputs x3 (Software Configurable)
Resolution
10 bits (0-1023)
Accuracy
+/- 1% FS
Measuring Ranges
Digital, 0-5 V, 4-20 mA, Resistive
Scan Rate
10 Hz (100 ms)
Digital Input
Type
High Side in
Input Impedance
100 kohm
Switch-on Level
Configurable
Switch-off Level
Configurable
Voltage Input 0-5V
Input Impedance
100 kohm
Current Input 0-24mA
Input Impedance
200 ohm
Resistive 0-5V
Pull-up Resistance
400 ohm
Frequency Input
Type
3.6 VAC – 120 VAC
Input Impedance 14.02 Kohm
Input Frequency
2 Hz – 10 kHz
Switch-on Level
2.10 V
Switch-off Level
1.17 V
Digital Output 500mA
Type
Low Side
Amperage
500 mA Max.
Protection
Short circuit protection
Frequency Output
Type
Square wave
Duty Cycle
50%, non-adjustable
Frequency Range
2 Hz to 3 kHz
Mating Connector – (2) 23 pin
ManufacturerAMPSEAL
Model
AMP770680-1, AMP770680-4
Contact Surface
Nickel plated
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3.0
KEY FEATURES
•
4.0
Completely protected outputs (thermal and
overcurrent)
•
Reverse polarity protection
•
Up to 11 inputs, depending on model
•
Up to 2 outputs, depending on model
•
Programmable via USB
•
Two CAN ports
•
Sleep input for improved power management
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
Please note: These instructions are intended for use by a
competent programmer, electrician, technician or engineer. These
instructions should be read and kept as a reference
prior to display installation and use. Incorrect operation of
the display can present a significant threat to both individuals
and equipment. In the event of a break down, do not attempt
to repair the display as there are no user serviceable parts
inside the enclosure. Any evidence of tampering will invalidate
the warranty.
6.0
HARDWARE DESCRIPTION
The Eaton VFX product line consists of two display
models, offered in 4.3” and 7” sizes (VFX40m,
VFX70m). Each of these units are designed to
function over an extended operating range of supply
voltage, from 6 – 36 VDC supply.
The two integrated CAN ports support CAN Layer 2,
SAE J1939 and CANOpen. The first CAN port also
has a software configurable termination.
USB connection provides for updates via a USB flash
drive or a USB Ethernet adapter kit. The VFX40m and
VFX70m each have a unique number of I/O.
5.0APPLICATION
This operating and installation manual should be
used in conjunction with the online help provided
with the Pro-FX Control 1.1 development
environment. Together, this information should
form a basis for the simple configuration of the
display and the creation of programs specific to your
application needs. The correct operation and function
of the display is dependent on the program that is
created and ultimately downloaded to the hardware,
therefore extensive testing is required. Customers
programming the display possess the responsibility
of ensuring that the display performs as intended.
Please note: These displays require the installation of appropriate
firmware and a hardware-specific description file and libraries
before initial use in the application environment.
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The unit shown above is the VFX40m.
The I/O for the VFX40m is as follows:
•
1 USB
•
2 CAN Serial Ports – J1939/CANOpen
•
8 Button Illuminated Keypad
•
1 Power Input
•
1 Ignition Input
•
1 Digital Output
•
1 Analog Input
•
Video – Optional
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8.0
PRO-FX CONTROL
Pro-FX Control connects to the VFX using an
Ethernet link. This section describes the steps
required to set up that link. These instructions cover
the use of the ASIX USB/Ethernet adaptor provided
with the VFX Programming Kit.
8.1
Install USB/Ethernet Driver on PC
8.1.1
Ensure that the USB/Ethernet device is not plugged
in to the PC.
8.1.2
Install the USB driver that was delivered with the
device: CP210x_VCP_Win_XP_S2K3_Vista_7.exe
The unit shown above is the VFX70m.
The I/O for the VFX70m is as follows:
7.0
•
1 USB
•
2 CAN Serial Ports – J1939/CANOpen
•
14 Button Illuminated Keypad
•
1 Power Input
•
1 Ignition Input
•
1 Digital Output
•
5 Digital Inputs
•
3 Analog Inputs
•
1 Freq Input (0-10 kHz)
•
1 Freq Output (2-3 kHz)
8.1.3 Plug device in to the USB port and wait for Windows
to successfully load the drivers.
8.1.4
Go to ‘Network and Sharing Center’.
8.1.5
Click ‘Change Adapter settings’.
8.1.6
Find the Asix adapter and “Right-click -> Properties”.
8.1.7
Select “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)”.
8.1.8
Select Properties.
8.1.9
Reference the screenshot below to configure and
click “OK” to close all open windows.
SOFTWARE DESCRIPTION
Software for the VFX family of displays is provided
in the form of the VFX Platform Support Package.
This is distributed as a zipped file and contains the
following elements:
•
•
•
Firmware: The same firmware file is used for all
VFX variants.
Device description package for Pro-FX Control:
The VFX package file is installed using the Pro-FX
Control Package Manager. Once it is installed,
any of the VFX devices can be used within Pro-FX
Control.
Gateway file: Gateway.cfg defines how Pro-FX
Control connects to the VFX device.
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GETTING STARTED
8.2.1 Install Pro-FX Control if it is not already installed.
9.1
Create Your First Project
8.3
Install the Pro-FX Control Gateway File for VFX
9.1.1
Click File->New Project.
8.3.1
Copy the file ‘gateway.cfg’ from the file Gateway
directory of the VFX Platform Support Package
over the one that exists at {ProgramFiles (x86)}\3S
CODESYS\GatewayPLC. This file configures the
settings that will be used by Pro-FX Control when
connecting to the display.
9.1.2
Select “Standard Project”. Click “OK”.
9.1.3
Select the appropriate device for the display you will
be using for your project. Click OK.
9.2
Connect and Program Your Display
9.2.1
Plug one ASIX adapter into a USB port on your PC
and the other to the USB port on the VFX. Connect
the two adapters with an Ethernet cable.
9.2.2
Ensure that the VFX is powered-up.
9.2.3
In the Pro-FX Control “Devices” tree view, double
click on the “Device”.
9.2.4
Click on the "Communication Settings" tab.
9.2.5
Click on the "Gateway-1" and then click "Scan
Network".
9.2.6
One VFX should appear. Click on it and select "Set
Active Path". If you have problems with this step,
please see the troubleshooting steps in Appendix A.
9.2.7
Select Online->Login and then acknowledge any
prompts that are displayed.
9.2.8
Click Debug->Start.
9.2.9
You have now programmed an empty project to your
display and are connected for the first time. A blank
page is displayed.
8.2
Install Pro-FX Control
8.3.2. In order for the gateway changes to take effect, you
must stop and restart the gateway. This can be done
by right-clicking on the gateway icon in your system
tray bar next to the clock.
8.4
Install the VFX Target Definitions
8.4.1
Launch Pro-FX Control and select Tools->Package
Manager. You will need to run Pro-FX Control with
Administrator privileges.
8.4.2
Click the “Install…” button.
8.4.3
Highlight the VFX package file and select Open.
8.4.4
Follow the prompts to finish the installation. Close
the Package Manager.
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10.0
SOFTWARE UPDATE WITH USB DRIVE
(FIRMWARE, APPLICATION, LOGO)
10.1.7 The chosen options will be installed. If no options are
selected, the display will continue to boot normally.
10.1
Update Process
10.1.8 An updated logo may not appear until the
next reboot.
10.1.1 Firmware, Application, and Logo can all be updated
from a USB drive. Begin by loading the required file
or files to the drive.
10.1.1.1Firmware: Copy the file update.tar.gz from the
firmware directory of the VFX Platform Support
package to the root directory of the USB drive. Do
not change the name of this file.
10.1.1.2Application: Copy the entire contents of the boot
application output directory to the root directory of
the USB drive. This will include the files ‘Application.
app’ and ‘Application.crc’ and a directory named
‘visu’. There may be additional files and directories.
The process for creating the boot application is
given below.
10.1.1.3Logo: Place a file called Logo.png in the root directory
of the USB drive. It must be an image file in .PNG
format, sized appropriately for the display.
10.1.2 Power OFF the display unit.
10.1.3 Connect the flash drive to USB connection on
the display.
10.1.4 Press and hold any button except the lower left or
right buttons.
10.1.5 Power ON the display while continuing to hold the
button until the config icon (picture of a wrench
lying across a screwdriver) appears on the display,
then release.
10.2
Create Application File
10.2.1 During development, application download is
normally managed within the Pro-FX Control
development environment. To download with the
USB drive, it is necessary to first create an application
file. This is called a Boot Application.
10.2.2 With your project open in Pro-FX Control, select
Online->Create boot application.
10.2.3 Save the file with the default name ‘Application.app’
in an otherwise empty directory.
10.2.4 When loading the application to the USB drive,
include all files and subdirectories in from
this directory.
10.2.5 Note: A “fonts” directory must be manually added in the
USB stick root directory along with the ‘Application.app’ files
generated by Pro-FX Control when generating a boot application.
Copy the desired fonts into the fonts folder. The following file
types are supported: qpf, .ttf, .ttc, .pfa, and .pfb.
10.3
Failsafe Kernel
10.3.1. In the event that the kernel becomes corrupted,
it can be repaired using the failsafe kernel.
Follow the procedure to update the firmware with
the USB drive, except hold the bottom left button
during display power-up. The rest of the process is
the same.
10.1.6 For each option (Firmware, Application, Logo) present
on the USB drive, the display will prompt the user to
press the bottom left button to update that option.
Each prompt will time out after 5 seconds.
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11.0
FUNCTIONALITY AND BASIC OPERATION
11.1
Sleep Mode
Ignition pin is required for initial power up of the
display. Once the display is powered, it provides a
mechanism to have a controlled shutdown of the
display in conjunction with a user application. This
is beneficial because the unit can be put into an idle
state where less current is required, thus extending
battery life. It is also of benefit in applications where
parameters are required to be set to a safe state
and retained prior to shutdown. Ignition input is
hardware-debounced and sets the IgnitionPin variable
at approximately 6.6 V.
11.4
Both VFX40m and VFX70m displays utilize a
Freescale i.MX357 32-bit processor operating
at 532 Mhz.
11.5
Both platforms reserve 40 Mbytes of storage for the
system. These components include:
Task Configuration
11.3
Cyclic
•
Freewheeling
•
Event
•
Status
•
bootloader
•
primary kernel
•
primary filesystem
•
failsafe kernel
•
failsafefilesystem
•
Splash log
The remainder of the space is available for
IEC application.
The display supports the following tasks:
•
ROM Flash
The VFX40m offers 256 Mbytes of Flash (ROM
memory) while the VFX70m offers 2 Gbytes of Flash.
The display will enter sleep by setting the sleep
variable "enterStandby" (System Config > System
Config I/O Mapping > System State > enterStandby)
anytime that the IGN is low or not connected. The
display will awaken from sleep if the IGN is high.
11.2
Display Memory
11.6
DDR2 128 Mbytes
The VFX40m and VFX70m both provide 128 Mbytes
of DDR2 memory for operating system functions and
IEC program execution.
Watchdog Operation
This watchdog monitors the specific task. The time
is user configurable via the ‘Task Configuration/
MainTask’ tab – see screen below.
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11.7
Remanent Variables
11.8
File System Operation
These are variables that can retain their value
throughout the usual program run period. They
are declared as 'Retain Variables', or even more
stringent, as 'Persistent Variables'. For each case,
a separate memory area is used.
In addition to providing storage for the operating
system, the flash file system also provides storage
for additional information (e.g. configuration, license
files for libraries, calibration, hardware or software
details, options, etc.).
The declaration determines the degree of
"resistance" for a remanent variable in the case
of resets, downloads or a reboot of the PLC.
In applications, the combination of both remanent
flags will be required.
Pro-FX Control has a graphical interface for
transferring files between the PC and the display.
Programmable access to the file system is managed
through libraries such as the SysFile library (e.g.
SysFileOpen, SysFileRead, SysFileWrite functions).
The maximum directory and file name size is
16 characters.
The following table indicates how variables behave:
After Online
VAR
command
VAR
RETAIN
VAR PERSISTENT /
VAR RETAIN PERSISTENT /
VAR PERSISTENT RETAIN
Power cycle
Reset warm <application>
Reset cold <application>
Reset origin <application>
Download <application>
-
-
x
x
x
x
-
-
x
-
-
-
-
-
x
12.0
INSTALLING THE DISPLAY
12.1
Product Dimensions
Ideally the display should be mounted on a vertical
flat surface with connector facing down. Use four
standard threaded fasteners (6-32) to secure the
display to the surface.
VFX40m Dimensional data
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12.2
Recommended Wiring Practices
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This section contains information about the display
connectors and pin outs. Please use the following
recommended wiring practices when installing and
using the display:
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Ensure correct and adequate single point ground to
prevent ground loops.
Use twisted or twisted shielded pair cable for CAN
per the applicable standard.
Confirm that the CAN network is properly
terminated using 120 Ω resistors.
Ensure the appropriate sized conductor cross
section is specified for the intended load current in
the harness design.
Note: Please review individual overcurrent shutdown values in
the configuration and use the correct wire gauge conductor to
accommodate maximum load current configured.
Make sure that voltage drops are kept within
reasonable levels under maximum continuous load
conditions (e.g. 1 volt on 12-volt systems and 2
volts on 24-volt systems).
Verify that the harness is constructed to meet
the needs of the application environment
(e.g. shock, vibration, moisture, temperature,
chemicals and impact).
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Make certain that the harness is designed and
constructed to minimize induced interference
resulting from EMI coupling between signal wires.
Separate power circuits from low-level signals.
All splices (soldered or crimped) should use
adhesive-lined heat shrink tubing.
Make provisions for drip loops to attach devices
in exposed locations and prevent moisture entry
and formation.
Provide sufficient clearance from moving parts.
Wires routed through holes in the vehicle body/
chassis should use grommets.
Avoid sharp metal edges, fasteners and other
abrasive surfaces or use protective shielding when
routing harness assembly.
Route wires to avoid exhaust system components
or other high temperature areas. Use appropriate
heat shielding or other insulation where routing is
a problem.
Avoid routing near wheel wells or provide
adequate mechanical protection to the assembly.
Use a protective fuse sized appropriately for the
display supply current.
Note: 5A fuse maximum is typical. Verify that wiring can
handle more current than the fuse rating.
! Warning: Prior to Welding
In order to avoid damaging the HFX controller ensure
that all electrical connectors are fully disconnected
from the HFX controller prior to welding on the
machine.
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13.0
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION INFORMATION
13.1
Wiring Pin Out VFX40m
Powerview 450 Backview
*(Pin Not Connected on Version without Video).
Plug A
Plug C
TypeDeutsch
TypeDeutsch
PinFunction
1
USB 5V
2
USB D+
3
USB D4
USB 1D
5
USB Shield
6
USB Ground
PinFunction
1
Not Connected
2
CAN2 H
3
CAN2 L
4
Analog Input Ground
5
Analog Input
6
Not Connected
Plug B
Plug D
TypeDeutsch
TypeDeutsch
PinFunction
1Battery
2
CAN1 H
3
CAN1 L
4
Open-Drain Battery Output
5
Ignition Input
6Ground
PinFunction
1
Video Ground 1 (*Not Connected)
2
Video Ground 2 (*Not Connected)
3
Not Connected
4
Not Connected
5
Video Input 2 (*Not Connected)
6
Video Input 1 (*Not Connected)
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13.2
Wiring Pin Out VFX70m
View into Connector on PCB
Mating connector PN: AMP
770680-4
View into Connector on PCB
Mating connector PN: AMP
770680-1
Connector 1
Type
Deutsch
Pin
1
Digital Input 1
2
Analog Input 3
3
Analog Input 2
4
Analog Input 1
5
CAN1 L
6
CAN1 H
7Battery
8Ground
9
Analog Input 3 Ground
10
Analog Input 2 Ground
11
Analog Input 1 Ground
12
Digital Input 3
13
Digital Input 2
14
Analog Gauge Output 1
15
Ignition In
16
Not Connected
17
Not Connected
18
CAN2 L
19
CAN2 H
20
Digital Input 4
21
Digital Input 5
22
Digital Output
23
Not Connected
18
Connector 2
AMP770680-1 (Black)
Type
Deutsch
Pin
1
Video Input 1 (*Not Connected)
2
Video Input 2 (*Not Connected)
3
Video Input 3 (*Not Connected)
4
Not Connected
5
Not Connected
6
Not Connected
7
Not Connected
8
Not Connected
9
Video Input 1 Ground (*Not Connected)
10
Video Input 2 Ground (*Not Connected)
11
Video Input 3 Ground (*Not Connected)
12
USB ID
13
Frequency Input
14
Frequency Return
15
Not Connected
16
USB D-
17
USB D+
18
USB 5 V
19
USB Ground
20
USB Shield
21
Not Connected
22
Not Connected
23
Not Connected
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14.0CONFIGURATION
14.1
System Configuration
The display features an advanced view into the
hardware through the System Config I/O Mapping
tab. There are numerous predefined variables
associated with the display that are accessible via
the application program. This dramatically simplifies
programming. All of these variables are premapped
with a relevant name linked with their respective
channel. This name can be changed by the user
if desired. Each variable also has an associated
address, type and description all intended to help
the programmer. The System Config I/O Mapping
is organized into folders of related variables (e.g.
the system state folder contains information such
as supply voltage, ignition pin voltage, etc). The
other folders consist of system information such as
firmware rev, equipment type and backlight control
(see image below).
The above variables can be monitored in the
application program to alter display response.
For example, if the battery voltage falls below
a predefined limit, the programmer can choose
to initiate a warning. Some variables can also be
manipulated in the application control program to
impart additional information to the user.
The System Configuration has a second tab, the
System Config Configuration, that enables the user
to configure settings for battery voltage sample rate.
Note: That depending on the parameter, double clicking the value
in the appropriate value field will either open a drop down menu
to select, allow direct editing or toggle the variable.
14.2
Input Modes
The display has inputs available for use depending on
the selected model. The inputs are as follows:
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Analog In
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Digital In
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Digital Out
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Frequency In
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Frequency Out
These different configurations are possible through
selection of the appropriate mode in the PLC
configuration tab in the IDE (see screens below).
Note: The variable radio button “Always update variables” should
be checked. If this is deselected, only variables used by the IEC
application will be updated.
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14.3
Analog Configuration
Above is the Analog I/O Mapping tab.
This is the area where analog values are mapped
to addresses. The variables are all accessible in the
application program.
Variables:
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analogInValueX: Analog value with units dependent
upon configured mode.
The Analog value has a name, value, address, type
and description associated. The name can be altered
by the programmer if desired. Analog Inputs are
displayed in actual engineering units depending on
the mode configuration (either Voltage – mV, Current
– mA, Resistance - Ω or Temperature °C). Binary
inputs are evaluated as true or false.
analogInBinaryX: Digital value after debounce and
rising/falling voltage thresholds are applied.
Above is the Analog Inputs Configuration tab.
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The programmer changes the configuration of an
individual input using the AIN mode value drop down
selection. Note that if any of the following auto
configurations is selected offline, the state of the
corresponding pull-up, pull-down and current shunt
will change once the program is downloaded into the
application controller.
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AIN Mode: This represents the type of input
connected.
Sample Average Count: This sets the number of
samples to average.
Make sure to take into consideration the effect of
hysteresis (e.g. have some margin between rising
and falling thresholds).
Variables:
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Sample Rate: This sets the sample rate of input
(i.e., ## ms/revolution).
14.4
Pull-Up Enabled: This is used in manual mode to
activate the Pull-up resistor.
Pull-Down Enabled: This is used in manual mode
to activate the Pull-down resistor.
Sample Rate and Count
To establish the sample rate and count for the
Digital Inputs/Outputs and Analog Inputs, access the
appropriate selection on the left of the screen.
Current Shunt Enabled: This is used in manual
mode to activate the Current shunt resistor.
DIN Rising Threshold: This sets the lower limit
voltage level necessary for the input to register
as high.
DIN Falling Threshold: This sets the upper limit
voltage level necessary for the input to register as
low. Used in conjunction with the above DIN rising
threshold, an appropriate hysteresis level can be
defined.
For Digital, the following Configuration screen will appear:
The Sample Rate can be set or changed in the Value column. Double click the value and change if desired.
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The Digital Inputs/Outputs I/O Mapping screen will appear as follows:
For Analog, the following Configuration screen will appear:
The Sample Rate can be set or changed in the Value column. Double click the value and change if desired.
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The Analog Inputs I/O Mapping screen will appear as follows:
14.5
Frequency Configuration
Above is the Frequency Inputs/Outputs I/O Mapping Tab.
The tab displays the following: the Mapping, Channel, Address, Type, Unit and Description for Frequency In and
Frequency Out.
Above is the Frequency Inputs/Output Configuration tab.
This tab allows the user to configure the frequency I/O channels Sample Rate and Avg Count.
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14.6
CAN & SAE J1939
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Each device added to the J1939 manager
represents a physical device on the bus.
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So a "local device" represents the local mobile controller. This is
the message the controller will be *transmitting*. See the "local
device" checkbox in the general tab.
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A non-"local device" represents a physical device on the bus. Thus
its "Tx Signals" are what the device is sending and the mobile
controller is received.
Thus you should generally add one "device" to the tree to
represent each device that is on the physical bus, including the
"local" device.
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Also make sure you have the "local device" checked for the node
that you want to be transmitting signals. While this is not intuitive
at first, it makes complete sense once you are aware of it.
There are no function blocks and everything
happens automatically in the background.
You just get scaled variables you can read or
write from code.
All transmission happens automatically
per the configuration for each PGN. The
"TransmissionMode" tab specifies the interval.
Relevant options are "Change of State" and "Cyclic",
but the default is change of state so the packet will
not be sent unless one of the variables changes
(i.e. from your code). Cyclic is the more traditional
J1939 method and better for testing.
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The "I/O" mapping tab represents all the variables
available in the device. These can be used in code
for either inputs or outputs depending on whether
it is a transmitted or received packet.
You can automatically convert and scale variables
by clicking on the SPN in the "Tx Signals" page, and
then enabling the "Conversion" option. This lets
you deal in engineering units (i.e. %, rpm, mph,
etc) as opposed to the raw data bytes.
Variables in the I/O mapping tab will not be
updated unless physically used in code. This is an
optimization done by the 3S compiler to reduce
computation for unused variables. For debugging,
you can check the "Always update variables" box
and it will instruct the compiler/debugger to always
display and update the values.
The CAN "Network" option is base-zero. Thus
Network 0 represents the first CAN bus, Network
1 represents the second CAN bus, and Network 2
represents the third.
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14.Remanent variables
15.0
APPENDIX
15.1
Supported & Unsupported CODESYS Features
15.Task Timing – cyclic, freewheeling, event, status
16.Dynamic IO configuration.
Since CODESYS is a generic broad-based software
environment that supports a multitude of different
products, not all features are relevant with a given
product. In the case of our VFX series displays,
the following list indicates features that are and are
not supported:
17.Debug > display mode
Supported
22.Force/unforce
1. Debug variable viewing
Not supported
2. Login
1. Show call stack
3. Logout
2. Display flow stack
4. Download (single application)
3. PLC shell
5. Run
4. Users and groups
6. Stop
5. Access rights
7. Reset (warm, cold, origin)
6. Source download
8. Logger
7. Data server
9. Files and directories (24KB max storage and 16
character names or directories)
8. Alarm manager
10.Write values
11.Create boot application
12.Visualization
13.Task monitor
18.Simulation
19.IEC task watchdog
20.IEC 61131-3 programming languages
21.Microsecond time resolution
9. Text editor
10.Path3D
11.Cam displayer
12.Task timing – external event
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16.0
DEVICE COMMUNICATION TROUBLESHOOTING
The following is a list of things to check, in order of
priority, if you are having problems connecting to
your display from Pro-FX Control.
1. Make sure the device is powered up.
2. Make sure the USB port is connected, and Windows has properly loaded the drivers.
3. Make sure that the gateway.cfg file has been
properly installed per the instructions in this
document. Installation of a non-approved device
gateway may have overwritten this file.
4. In the Pro-FX Control Communication Settings,
select None for the Filter. Then rescan for the device. If something new appears, then it could be
that the device variant being used by your project
is different than the connected device. Pro-FX
Control will only let you connect to a device variant that matches the configuration of your project.
To switch to the appropriate device, right click on
it in the Devices project tree and select Update
Device.
8. In some cases, Windows will automatically assign
a high COM port number to the USB device. If
the device manager shows something higher
than COM20 then you should reassign it to something lower. Then restart the gateway and unplug
and plug the USB port.
9. Each time a unique device is connected to your
PC, Windows will provide two new COM port
numbers. In some cases, Pro-FX Control appears
to have problems automatically discovering the
device's COM port when the value gets too high.
In this case, there are two options:
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From the device manager, click the COM port's properties, select
Port Settings tab, click Advanced and select a Com Port Number
that is below COM20. Then restart the gateway and replug the
USB device to ensure changes are applied properly.
You can alternately edit the gateway.cfg to manually assign
your device's COM port number. Open the gateway.cfg file
located in the Pro-FX Control install directory, and change the
line that begins with Com.0.Port. After making this change,
restart the gateway.
Note: After making this change, your installation will no longer
automatically detect other displays so this must be repeated for all
unique displays that are connected to your PC.
5. Stop and start the gateway. Plug and unplug the
USB port.
6. Restart Pro-FX Control.
7. Restart your PC.
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